Peyton Parrish

Peyton Parrish

Peyton Parrish

Country Rock

Peyton Parrish is a country and post-grunge singer who rose to fame with his cover of the Assassin's Creed Valhalla song "My Mother Told Me", which was featured in the TV show Vikings. my mother told me Born in Washington, D.C. in 1996, he moved to Los Angeles as a child and developed a passion for music. He was influenced by artists such as Manchester Orchestra, Aaron Lewis, and Kip Moore, as well as the heavy metal and Viking culture he discovered through video games and TV shows. He later returned to Washington and graduated from college, where he started posting his songs online. He released several EPs, such as Vaccine and Thank God for You, before launching his debut album Cowboy Man in 2020. The album showcased his unique blend of Viking-inspired themes, heavy metal, and country-pop, with songs like "Ragnarök" and "Zombie". He continued to explore this genre fusion in his subsequent albums, such as Rise of Vikingr in 2021 and The Most Magical Album on Earth in 2023, which featured his renditions of Disney classics with a metal twist. Parrish has been praised for his inventive and throaty vocals, as well as his ability to adapt to different styles and moods. He is one of the most popular and influential artists in the country and post-grunge scene, with over 1.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify. He has also collaborated with other artists, such as Lone Wolf and David Michael Frank, and performed at various festivals and events. He is currently working on his fifth studio album, which is expected to be released in 2024. Parrish is also an avid gamer and a fan of Marvel movies, and often interacts with his fans on social media .
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